CNC press brake tooling for bending small sheet metal work
CNC (computer numerically controlled) bending is a technique using machines that can bend sheet metal work one bend at a time but in a sequence controlled by a computer program. The computer program can control the length, angle and number of bends in a sheet metal component and it can be saved away to be used on another occasion or changed if a component is altered. The machine control can move back stops in and out to define the length of a component bend and the top and bottom tools to define the bend angle.
The tools and machine set up shown here are for one of our Trumpf 7036 CNC press brakes that we use to bend up a lot of our small sheet metal work.
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